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A JUDCiirS HBVEXOE.
How a Pair of IjonK-Windod Lawyera
Were Trt-atod lo a C'uHI'im--uia
Soniotlmi'8 judicial huruor tiikin rath
er a jrini hhapc, and a good instance
of thin occurred here in Sun Franclaco
a tew wdiiks ago. It wan in one of the
superior courts, presided over by a
jiidjjo who is as remarkable for the as
ceticism of his life as for the remark
ably judicial cunt of hia mind. He in a
veritable Socrates of the bench; atruth
gcieker who thinks no time wasted, no
labor ill-spent tint tends to throw the
slightest liirht upon the merit of the
case before him. At the same time he
abhors aliove all things the frivolous
waste of time indulged in by some at
torneys who g'ek to gain a reputation
by goin over trie same ground again
and again aud badgering witnesses up
on trivial points which can have no
real bearing on the case. Now it chanc
ed that in a suit for divorce, recently
tried before this modern Socrates, the
opposing counsel were both men of ex
actly the same type, though they work
ed by difforent ways. Ono was a gen
tleman who makes up for a lack of
quick perception and legal acumen by
a Bunnbyish affectation of depth. As a
cross-questioner he is one of tbe wood
sawing order of attorneys; a slow, tedi
ous bore who, in following little points
out to their ultimate conclusion, some
times fails to grasp the broad issues of
the case. He takes exemptions to every
single ruling, and lumbers up his cases
with a mass of verbiage which, while
it might perhaps serve to entangle a
dull jury, is immediately cast aside by
the clear, incisive insight of a trained
and experienced judge. Opposed to
this legal moolh-bore in the divorce
case was a lawyer of the sledge-hammer,
police court, cut-and-slash order,
a sort of a legal bushwhacker, whose
tactics were not to join issues squarely
and fight in the open, but to make un
expected sorties, dash in on the ene
my's wings, harry hia pickets, and
drive his witnesses half orazy by the
most brutal attacks on their character.
The case on which this pair of worth
ies was engaged was a suit for divorce
brought up by a wife on the ground of
cruelty. Both plaintiff and defendant
were put on the stand, and in addition
some live witnesses were examined. It
was a simple case, and one that could
easily bo tr.ed fairly in half a day. But
the bushwhacker for the plaintiff intro
duced so many irrelevant matters, and
the smooth-bore for the defendant
wasted so much time to find out wheth
er it was a blue dress or a green one
which the plaintiff wore when the de
fendant ill-treated her, that it was two
full days before the testimony was all
in. The judge had done all in his power
to stem tbe tide of talk, and was an
noyed beyond measure :tt (lie wmrn oi
time, for his calendar was crowded
and other litlsjants were anxiously
awaiting a hearing. On the morning
of the tuird day the judge expressed a
hope that there would be no long argu
ments, but it was noon ere the plaint
iff's counsel had finished his abuse, and
the shades of dark were falling when
the defendant's counsel was compelled
to stop from physical exhaustion.
"I presume that your honor wili
charge the jury to-morrow morning,"
said the Bmooth-bore as he sat down. -
"You have presumed too far for
once," said the judge grimly. ,lI am
determined to dispose of the case to
night It has been delayed too long
already, and for that reason we will
have an evening session."
"But, your Tionor," exclaimed the
bushwhacker, jumping hastily to his
feet, "I have to be present at a mar
riage party, given in my house to-night
and I must beg your honor to postpone
until to-morrow." "And. your honor,
there is also a party at my hou?e to
night, and I must really press my mo
tion for a postponement," said the
This was literally "pepper in the
court's soup;" "water on the judicial
wheel," as the vernacular has it. For
three days he had calmly endured; now
wm his chance for revenue, and so
there was a natural tinge of sarcasm in
his voice when he remarked: "1 really
cannot see how gentlemen who have
shown such intense anxiety for their
clients' interests for throe days could
bear up under further delay, and so in
the face of my own inclination I shall
order a night session. Mr. Clerk, ad
journ the court until 8 p. in."
At 8 p. m. tiie court reopened. Both
counsel, eager for the evening's festiv
ities, had donned their dress-suit.
Both were accompanied by the ladies
they were to escort during the evening,
and both had carriages awaiting them
at the foot of the stairs to bear them off
to the scenes of gayety so soon a the
court finished. Mounting the bench,
the judse took In at a glance their pre
parations for a hasty flight, and they
only gave an added zest to his revenge.
Noticing the presence of ladies, lie
"Counsel am aware that this is a di
vorce case, and of the charges made,
and while the court has no wish to re
quest the ladies to leave the room, he
would suggest that he intends to dis
cuss the case thoroughly."
Counsel looked blankly at each other;
the ladies appeared to take the sugges
tion as a challenge and only settled
themselves more comfortably in their
chairs. Then the judge commenced a
review of the case in point, and at 9 p.
m. had gone through the evidence.
Counsel nrightenod perceptibly but
their countenances fell when the judge
remarked that he proposed to go
through a brief review of the history
of divorce from the earliest times.
They protested that this was unneces
sary, but the court replied that In view
of tho importance of the trial.as sbowu
by the length of the arguments, he did
not feel at liberty to omit any point in
bis charge. At 10 p. m. he reached
the history of divorce under the Cresars.
Counsel were yawning, the ladies
asleep. At 11 p. m. he hud fiuished tbe
history of divoree in the reign of Queen
OAIKO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1884
Victoria and was just commencing to
tacklo the history of divorce la Ameri
ca. Both counsel were asleep when
the Sickles case was touched upon, and
snored heavily when the court was
pointing out the beautiful points in the
Sprague case. Dropping a book and
upsetting the water decanter to awake
them, the court proceeded to tackle the
Fair case, and at 12 p. m. was slowly
wading through the mass ol deductions
he had made from the history cited.
At 1 a. m. the court ceased and the
two attorneys, with their ladies, crawl
ed down-stairs to Ond that they owed
the hackmen $7.60 each for waiting
time, and besides the consciousness
that the court bad fairly paid them out
In their own coin, which gave them no
possible chanue to complain, they had
to endure the bard reflection of an
evening's pleasure sacrificed. Attn
A Battle With IW-arn.
Frank Webb, the hunter, came to
town on Saturday. His face is torn
and he can hardly hobble along. To a
reporter he said: "I was hunting be
tween the Michigan and the Canadian,
in the North Park, and had two part
ners. We were camped in a little park
and wero killing elk. On the morning
of the 1st of November I got up early
and left the bovs sleeping in the tent.
I had traveled probably half a mile
and was keeping a good lookout for
game, when, to my eternal amazement
I found myself within sixty yards of
three bears. I fired at the she bear,
and as the bullet struck her she sprang
to the side of her cub. as if to protect
it. and then gave me one glance and
started. My next shot was the supreme
effort of my life. See here, the bullet
cut the left jugular and passed in be
tween the shoulder and the. body. This
shot caused her to stop and turn, and
by the time she got to rights I was
ready again. She came on slowly and
when within twenty feet of me I broke
"I had no time to coagratulate ray
self, for behind ber and not more than
forty yards from me came that black
bear and the cub. My first shot at the
cinnamon or black bear struck him be
tween the eyes and glanced upwards.
My next shot split his brisket and
touched the point of his heart, but the
way that beast stayed would have done
honor to a ward politician. He came
toward me with eyes like coals, mouth
wide open, blood streaming from both
nostrils and his large body coming
through the air like a solid shot I
knew that I had but one more chance
for stopping him "in three rounds" and
as in other cases, I tried to break his
neck. The ball passed through his neck
but failed to touch the spine.
"I dropped my gun as I rose and
drew mv knife at the instant he struck
me. The shock was terrible. I must
have turned several back handsprings,
but was on my feet in an instant. As
he arose on his hind legs, I saw how
terrible was my antagonist. His hot
blood beemed to burn my skin and to
nerve me for the encounter. I clutched
his right front leg with my left hand
and plunged my knife to the handle in
his huge body. The next moment I
was in his deadly embrace. I felt his
sharp claws pass through my clothing
and enter the muscles ol my back, l
tried to use my right arm biit I could
not even breathe. Just as I had given
up all hopes his powerful arms relaxed
and he fell dead. '
"And the cub?"
"Oh, I settled the cub and crawled
to camp." Denver Republican.
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Where Water Is as Precious as Gold.
vesi ago wn an unre
deemed Inferno; now it is for the most
part quiet and of good repute. It owes
its permanency to the timber business.
From Northwestern Arizona down to
the southeast into Western New Mex
ico stretches a vast bolt of magniticeut
pine forest. Here tho belt is cut by
the railroad just under the shadow of
the San Francisco Mountains. The
trees are of extraordinary height, very
straight and huge in their proportions.
Between them there is no undergrowth
all is clear and open. Here and there
the openings widen out into beautiful
natural parks, clothed with a rich
growth of grass. No finer cattle coun
try could lie imagined, save for the
lack of water.
Water id almost literally as precious
as gold. Men go out prospecting for
springs just as the miner searches for
croppings of ore. He who secure a
spring can control thousands of acres
of land. But the springs are few, often
small, and not always trustworthy.
The Little Antelope spring, which sup
plies the cluster of cabins hard by,
sometimes runs dry. Then water is
hauled in barrels for miles and sold
like any other commodity. The saw
mill, which runs out a hundred thous
and feet of lumber a day to supply a
contract of 82.000,000 feet for the Mexi
can Central Railway, is run by steam
power. Yet for this it Ts necessary to
pump the water in pipes from Bprings
nine miles away. At Winslow the rail
road company sunk an artesian well
1.700 feet and struck salt water. At
Ash Fork they sunk another well.whioh
proved a failure.
From tho line of New Mexico the
railroad runs for many miles through
the barren vallev of the Rio Tucrco.
The river-bed is broad, but the stream
itself is only a scanty rivulet. Yet when
there comes one of the sudden, fierce
thunder-storms peculiar to this region
the plains are flooded, and in an hour
the river becomes a raging torrent. I
have seen this happen again and again,
for it is the rainy season now; but in a
few hours the water disappears, the
torrents plunge into underground water-courses
and the sands are parched
as before. It has been suggested that
huge stone tanks be const meted to
hold tbe water, instead of permitting it
to flow off at once. The suggestion
seems a good one. Artesian wells have
never obtained much success in tho
western country, and tho water prob
lem remains one of vital importance.
A'et York Tribune.
W. P. uahbdib, river editor ol i'bi HirLi.ana
and teamboat paaaeaer aiicnt. Order for all
kind of iteamboat Joh printing solicited. Office
at Bower' Earopean Hotel. No, 71 Ohio lavee.
IT AS If Of TH ftlTIB.
Tba river marked by the gauga at this
port at 6 p. m. 85 feet 2 inches and rising.
Chattanooga, Jan. 2. River 6 feat S
aches and falling.
Cincinnati, Jan. 2. Rivtr 88 feat 8 i-
chei aud falling.
Louisville, Jan. 2. River 17 feat 10
nchei and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 2. River 18 feet 10 ia
ches and falling.
PitUburg, Jan. 2. River 17 feet 2 in
ches and rising.
ttt. Louis, Jin 8 River 3 feet 0 in-
oh and falling.
The Thos. Sherlock with about 500 tons
of freight arrived here yesterday morning
from New Orleans. She remained here
about four huursrepairing wheels, end then
departed for Cincinnati.
Tbe City of New Orleans from the eouth
arrived here yesterday morning. Afrer
discharging her trip ehe went to join the
Yesterday was the coldest day of this
winter snd will certainly produce ice in the
Ohio which will impede navigation to some
extent. The Mississippi from here to St.
Louis with the low stage of water sod ice
will settle the navigation business in that
section for a lew days at least.
Lem Hill wore a look of great anxiety
yesterday, as he was lookiog hopefully for
his bost, the Henry A. Tyler, to report.
Lem has been home on a visit and tbe trip
with holiday presents, etc., has forced him
into bankruptcy, but be can likely run on
his shape for a few days longer.
The R. R. Springer, ths clipper of the
Big O line, is due here Saturday for New
It was rumored on the streets yesterday
that the Henry A. Tyler, over 24 hours due
here, had broken ber shalt Bamewhere be
tween New Madrid and Memphis.
The weather is moderating very fast.
The arrivals of boats were very thin yes
terdayonly two reported here during the
The Ella Eimbrough left here at 1 p. m.
yesterday for Cape Girardeau, and is due
on her return trip this evenidg with a big
The Paris will receive freight here to-day
for New Orleans and wny points. Tbe
Brown has the very best of accommodations
for passengers, and no boat in tbe Ohio or
Mississippi sets a better table than the
The Cons. Millar passed down for Mem
phis last night with a good trip.
Tbe Vint Shinkle is having a pair of new
smoke stacks, and will report here Situr
day for Memphis.
Tbe Montana front St. Louis is due to-dty
Billy McNeil who presides over tbe
cuissine department on the Qua Fowler,
showed us a beautiful ornamented pyramid
cake, yesterday, about three feet high,
which be made and decorated in the most
artistic manner, and will present the same
this morning to Capt. Floyd Whitemore,
who leads to the altar at Metropolis this
eveuing Miss Helen Brown, one of the
hauHsomest ymng ladies in Southern Ills.,
and Metropolis has the honor of claiming
this charming young lady as one of its
The "heavy hemorage" in the Ohio is
about over and will soon set down to
The big Chas. Morgan is coming up
from New Orleans and will arrive here to
morrow for Cincinnati. 8ee Passenger
Agent Lambin and get your tickets.
The W. H. Cherry from Nashville will
report here early this morning and leave on
her return trip at 10 o'clock. She Cherry
is tbe quickest thing on triggers in the
snape of a stern-wheel packet that comes
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or to Agent W. F. Lambdin.
A gentleman out in Howell county
caught a gang of young quail last
spring, anu concluded he would see if
he could domesticate them. His ef
forts to domesticate this noble game
bird, it seems, have proved very suc
cessful. The birds feed aud chirp
about his premises, gentle as chickens,
and it is said they have a very inter
esting knnck of imitating almost every
bird thev hear. The only evidence of
thnir wild nature which they seem to re
tain is a habit they have of' flying away
daily, but always coming back regular
ly at the proper time.--St. Lonix Globe
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